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Mary Midgley

Mary Beatrice Midgley was a British philosopher. She was a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Newcastle University and was known for her work on science, ethics and animal rights. She wrote her first book, Beast And Man, when she was in her fifties. She went on to write more than 15 other books, including Animals and Why They Matter, Wickedness, The Ethical Primate, Evolution as a Religion, and Science as Salvation. She was... Read More

BornMary Scrutton
13 September 1919
Died10 October 2018 (aged 99)
Jesmond, Newcastle, England
EraContemporary philosophy
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